New Greg Norman golf course opens in Vietnam

New Greg Norman golf course opens in Vietnam

The Bluffs links course launches at Ho Tram integrated resort

The Bluffs links course launches at Ho Tram integrated resort

The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip will be set across the Ho Tram coast
The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip will be set along the Ho Tram coast

A new golf course designed by Greg Norman has opened in Vietnam.

The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip, which is located on Vietnam’s south-central coast, forms part of the Grand Ho Tram Strip integrated resort complex, and is set to become one of the most sought-after courses in the country. An 18-hole, par-71 championship course, The Bluffs is along more than 3km of coastal land, overlooking sandy beaches and the South China Sea.

Being a links-style course, golfers will be presented with numerous challenges including strong winds and rough coastal terrain.

Facilities will include a 2,300m² clubhouse with several dining outlets, plus a driving range with more than 3,000m² of practice and training facilities.

“This is one of only two pieces of land of this quality and character that I have ever been given to work with, the other being Doonbeg in the south of Ireland,” said Norman.

The highest point of the course is 50 metres above sea-level, on the 15th green. According to developers however, the most spectacular spots come on the 4th hole, where golfers are presented with a 360⁰ view of the course, the surrounding forest and the sea. Green fees at the course are expected to be in the region of US$200.

The Bluffs is Greg Norman’s second golf project in Vietnam, following the Dunes Course at the Danang Golf Club, on Vietnam’s central coast.

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